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Old Stables Award Winning B&B Losset Road, Alyth PH11 8BT
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Places to visit near Alyth - ski Glenshee , glen shee, ski cross country Glenisla,
visit Glamis Castle, Scone Palace, Blairgowrie, Perth, Dundee,
. Loch of the Lowes, Dunnottar Castle.

Golf St Andrews
Stay close to golf courses, Rosemount, Blairgowrie, Alyth, Strathmore, Glenisla, Forfar.
he following are within a forty minute drive: - Edzell, Montrose, Elie, Crail, Gleneagles, Carnoustie.
View Reekie Linn a spectacular waterfall 3 miles north. Visit Dunkeld Cathedral and Glamis Castle.
Walk Cateran Trail and Angus Glens, try Angling in Tayside
Stay at Old Stables Bed and Breakfast, Alyth, Perthshire, Central Scotland
Visit Scottish Castles - History - Museums - Gardens

Stay Scotland - Alyth Blairgowrie b&b. Stay Scotland - Alyth, golf Glenisla Strathmore, plus sixty golf courses within one hours' drive including St.Andrews, Downfield, Pitlochry, Murrayshall, Edzell
Angus-glens-walking-festival Glamis Proms Annually July. Glamis Castle
Places to visit from Old Stables.

SVVC Ltd Extravaganza at Glamis Castle July of each year.
The Strathmore Highland Games are set in the foreground of the castle,
this annual event is steeped in heritage.

Visit within 20 mins of Alyth
Visit within 30 mins of Alyth

Glamis Castle
Barries Birthplace
The Glens Museum-square Kirriemuir.
Pony trekking Glen Isla
Fishing on Lintrathen Loch
Bird Watching Kinnordy Loch
Kirriemuir walking festival - June
Kirriemuir Music festival - Sept
Aviation museum in Kirriemuir
Reekie Linn waterfall
Highland Adventure Glenisla.
Loch of the lowes
Dunkeld Cathedral
Hike Perthshire hills

Glen Clova
Glenprosen Walking in all those Glens
Pictavia Center and Brechin Castle 
Pitmuies gardens
Aucterhouse Clay Pigeon & off road activities
R.R.S. Discovery, Dundee, visitor centre 
Flower show September

Trek Angus Glens
Unicorn - Warship
Botanical gardens
Shopping Centres in Dundee and Perth
Scone Palace
Arbroath Abbey
Dundee- Sensations' hands on science centre
Noahs Ark Perth - a good visit for a wet day

45 - 60 mins drive from Alyth Golf Courses in and around Alyth:
House of Dun
Dunnottar Castle
Montrose basin visitor centre
Braemar and Royal Deeside
Balmoral Castle 
Crathes Castle
St Andrews and fishing villages of -
The East Neuk of Fife
Aberdeen - Duthie park Winter Gardens
Glen Esk
Rosemount at Blairgowrie
Forfar golf course
Carnoustie championship course
St. Andrews Open Championship Golf 2015
Edzell golf course

Discovery Point, Dundee (15 miles from Alyth)
On Dundee's waterfront, the Royal Research Ship Discovery, which was used
by Captain Scott on his last fatal expedition to the South Pole, has become the centrepiece of Discovery Point, a visitor centre telling the heroic story of polar exploration. The vessel was built in 1901 using local expertise in the construction of whaling vessels capable of withstanding the Antarctic ice..Exhibits and special effects recreate the voyages of the Discovery, and visitors can also board the ship. Also berthed here is the frigate HMS Unicorn the oldest British warship still afloat, built in
Chatham, England.
Loch of the Lowes, Dunkeld (12 miles) The visitor centre features an exhibition and observation hide. Wildlife walks run through woodland and loch shore, and there is a good chance of seeing ospreys fishing in summer and waterfowl on the loch.
Sea Life, St Andrews (25 miles) Tucked below a small sea cliff on a rocky shore close to the famous Old Course at St.Andrews - The Sea Life Centre has an outdoor seal pool as well as an impressive selection of marine life in - tanks large and small. There are feeding demonstrations and a film theatre.
Killiecrankie and Soldiers Leap. (22 miles) At Killecrankie, owned by the National Trust for Scotland - the visitor centre has an exhibition and Ranger services. Waymarked trails are available at this famous beauty spot and battlefield. Fine mixed woods ascend from the gorge which in the summer is full of birds, including woodpecker, wood warbler, redstart, pied flycatcher, and dipper.
There are also otter, roe deer and red squirrel. The rich flora includes mountain plants and orchids.
It is best in summer.

Edzell Castle, Edzell (24 miles) Originally laid out in 1604, this is the oldest complete walled garden in Britain. The garden features a dovecot, flower niches, and sculptured symbolic figures.
This is a peaceful and fascinating place.
Glamis Castle Glamis (8 miles) Glamis Castle is the setting for Duncan's Hall, scene of the ghostly visitation in Shakespeare's Macbeth.The central tower is the oldest part of the castle, most of which dates from the 17th century. Glamis has strong associations with the Royal family as the childhood home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Fine displays of china, furniture, paintings, tapestry and the reputed presence of more than one ghost are other attractions
Dunkeld Cathedral Dunkeld (14 miles) The cathedral of Scotland's ancient capital, Dunkeld
once the seat of the Pictish kings, dates from between the 12th and 15th centuries. Much of it was destroyed in the Reformation, and the nave and aisles have no roof to this day, although the choir
has been thoroughly restored. In the nave lies Charles Edward Stuart, self-deluding illegitimate son of the Young Pretender's daughter and a French bishop. His life, spent in search of the fame and fortune he thought due to him as a Stuart, ended in a stagecoach accident near Dunkeld.

Scone Palace, Scone near Perth (16 miles) Although it incorporates earlier work, the Scone Palace that is seen today dates mostly from the 19th century. Home of the earls of Mansfield the castle displays a good range of the typical acquisitions of a Scottish aristocratic family including porcelain, ivories, furniture and needlework.
The grounds are extensive and include a pinetum (an area of land reserved for conifers). Historically, Scone was the crowning place of Scotland's monarchs.
The actual coronation site, Moot Hill, is within the palace grounds.

Angus Folk Museum, Glamis (9 miles) A row of 19th-century terraced rural cottages with stone-slab roof has been converted into the Angus Folk Museum. There are themed rooms as in each house. These portray everyday life in the 19th century in this mostly rural ancient Scottish county.
Meigle Museum, Meigle (3 miles) A truly unique museum housing a fascinating collection of sculpted stones of the Celtic Christian period. The 25 stones on display were excavated from the local churchyard and now represent the largest collection of their kind in existence.
British Golf Museum, St. Andrews (25 miles) Five hundred years of golf history are replayed, stroke-by-stroke, in the multi-award-winning British Golf Museum opposite the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews. Touch screens test visitors' skills and knowledge of the lives of champions and key matches. Storyboards and videos bring famous players of the national game to life from Mary Queen of Scots onwards. Treasures on display include old golf clubs and trophies, souvenirs and clothing once owned by star players.

Scottish Plant Collectors' Garden adjacent to Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
Celebrating 300 years of botanical exploration by Scots.
Take a journey around the world following the footsteps of Scottish plant collectors.
The garden will exhibit and develop collections of sculpture and visual art.

Drummond Castle GardensTwo miles south of Crieff on A822.
A mile of beech lined avenue leads to a formidable ridge-top house.
Enter through the woven iron portcullis to the terraces and view a magnificent Italianate parterre celebrating the saltire.

Branklyn Gardens, Perth (17 miles) A haven of peace and colour, Branklyn Gardens has
been described as the finest private gardens in Scotland. Among an outstanding plant collection, the Himalayan blue poppy makes a breathtaking display and a rock garden glows with purple maple and golden Cedrus. Seasonal highlights in May and June are the alpines and rhododendrons and in autumn the fiery red maple Acer palmatum. Branklyn Gardens belongs to the National Trust for Scotland.

House of Pitmuies, Guthrie (20 miles) Old-fashioned walled gardens feature fine displays of traditional roses, and borders with massed delphiniums.
Rhododendron glades and an unusual turreted dovecot and Gothic wash-house provide further interest.
The garden is at its best between May and July.

Old Stables - Alyth benefits from being located in the centre of Scotland,
forty-five minutes from Pitlochry and within half an hour of Dundee and Perth.
Close to all main South/North routes. Around ninety minutes drive from Glasgow, approximately
one hour from Edinburgh and Aberdeen -18 miles from the A9 at Dunkeld.
Being at the foot of the Grampian Mountains it sits amidst rolling hills and lochs in an area
with a mild climate.
Easy to reach by air, rail or road Alyth has become a favourite destination and stop over
on route North or South. Car hire and taxi services available